James Adair, Sr. received a land grant of 200 acres between Broad & Saluda River; this James was married Ellender/Eleanor. His land bounded in different directions to John Brotherton, Jno. McCery, John Adare & James Montgomery. There were 3 men named James Adair as mentioned in Mildred Brownlee's material on the Early Adairs of Lrs. County, S.C. Still today some descendants of the Young's & Adair's believe the earlier Adair Genealogy of the 1920s & 1930s and they still believe our James Adair b: 1752 was son of Joseph Adair, Sr. & Sarah Lafferty!Mildred used records to back up what she wrote & I have found that records confirm what she said in her material on the Adairs. The earlier genealogy was also believed in part because of Dr. Barnett Adair's book, "the Adair History & Genealogy." They did not know of the Col. James Wms. Petition either. James Adair, the son of Joseph Adair, Sr. did not have a son named James until much later. James Adair, Sr. was old enough to have a son named James Adair which I believe he did. All three of them signed the Col. Wms. Petition. Records show James Adair b: 1752 as him as "son of James" or "James Adair, Jr." Those records are proof of his parentage. No will was found for either James or Eleanor Adair. James Adair b: 1752 wasn't referred to as James Sr. until after ca 1803. I do not believe his wife Hannah was named Rebecca Ross. I was told there were no Netherton's who lived in the Lrs. County area but there was the John Brotherton from the grant. I don't know about the Truman name. I've haven't seen that name before. But apparently her name has appeared as Hannah U. With the naming practice being what it was I do know that James & Hannah named a daughter Eleanor and that tends to suggest she was named after her grandmother Eleanor. The names Hannah & James also appears in suceeding generations. Also in the Dollar family a daughter had an unusal name that started with a U possibly named after Hannah as she was a descendant. A grandson of James Adair b: 1752 named Robert President "Presse" Adair filled out a Confederate Questionnaire in which he wrote(his grandfather was named James Adair & was in the Rev. War) and that he came from Maryland & settled in Lrs. County, S.C.